New Hampshire Tops Merrimack, 4-2, To Sweep Weekend Series
Junior forward Kate Haslett scores two goals for Wildcats

Junior forward Kate Haslett scored two goals for the Wildcats
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 11:01  MER1-0 PP Paige Voight (10)Katelyn Rae/5
1st 11:36  UNH1-1 EV Kate Haslett (2) -
1st 18:54  UNH2-1 EV Kate Haslett (3)Hannah Touzos/1, Caitlyn Radatovich/1
2nd 7:24  UNH3-1 PP GW Nicole Dunbar (3)Carlee Turner/10, Tori Howran/3
3rd 4:45  UNH4-1 EV Devan Taylor (1)Ali Praus/2
3rd 17:02  MER2-4 EV Allison Sexton (2) -
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Merrimack  1012
New Hampshire  2114
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Merrimack  124218
New Hampshire  713929
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Merrimack (6-12-2)  1/5 4/8 0
New Hampshire (7-11-1)  1/4 5/10 0
Merrimack Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Samantha Ridgewell (L, 1-4-2)57:254 512825
Empty Net2:350     
New Hampshire Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Hilary Cashin (W, 6-4-1)59:522 114116
Empty Net0:080     

DURHAM, N.H. - Junior Kate Haslett (Rothesay, New Brunswick) of the University of New Hampshire women's hockey team scored two goals to lead the team to a 4-2 win over Merrimack College Saturday night at the Whittemore Center.

Up Next at Home: Saturday, Jan. 7 vs. Northeastern, 4 pm


Date: Dec. 3, 2016 (4 p.m.)
Location: Whittemore Center (Durham, N.H.)
Attendance: 76
Score: UNH 4, Merrimack 2
Updated Records: UNH (7-11-1, 6-6-1 WHEA), Merrimack (6-12-2, 2-9-0 WHEA)


UNH (4) - Kate Haslett (2), Devan Taylor, Nicole Dunbar
MC (2) - Paige Voight, Allison Sexton


UNH (5) - Hannah Touzos, Tori Howran, Ali Praus, Carlee Turner, Caitlyn Radatovich
MC (1) - Katelyn Rae


UNH- Hilary Cashin 5-4-1-16 (1 GA) {59:52} (Win)
MC- Samantha Ridgewell 1-4-2-25 (4 GA) {57:25} (Loss) GAME RECAP

Just about 30 seconds following a Merrimack power play goal, Haslett grabbed a loose Warrior pass and finished top right from between the circles, 11:36 into the game. New Hampshire scored the next four goals. Haslett notched another at 18:54 of the first period on a quick wrist shot off a deflection off a Warrior defender. The tally closed out the half.

The second period scoring started in the seventh minute as Dunbar scored her third on the season on a tip in in front from a fancy pass from Turner. That was the lone mark in the second period.

Taylor scored just 4:45 into the final period on a feed from behind the net by Praus to push the Wildcat lead to 3-1. With three minutes left in the game, Merrimack scored to reduce the deficit to two, and the final score.


- UNH increases its undefeated streak to four games.

-New Hampshire tallied 4+ goals in back-to-back games since Oct. 28 - Nov. 5.


UNH: 5-10. MC: 4-8.


UNH: 1-4. MC: 1-4.


Points (2): Kate Haslett Goals (2): Kate Haslett Assists (1): Five Players Shots (8): Jonna Curtis Faceoffs Won (17): Jonna Curtus


Points (1): Three Players Goals (1): Two Athletes Assists (1): Katelyn Rae Shots (3): Five Players Faceoffs Won (7): Emily Volpe